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    ju1ia91 posted:
    About a week before my period was due I had very light pink spotting just one day, and then my period was 5 days late (I am always 28 days sometimes earlier but never been late),,,,, and now on the 6th day (day after I had sexual intercourse) i woke up with light pink spotting again only when i wiped though, very mild cramps,and then later on in the day it got a little heavier and darker red and my cramps got a little worse, but now it is very light again and light cramps. Could it be implantation bleeding, or just because of sex, is it still possible i could be pregnant? I took two tests they were both negative.
     
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    If you are pregnant, it would be too early to know. It takes 6-10 days for a fertilized egg to implant and begin producing the pregnancy hormone.


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